Welcome to Bhutan
World’s last Buddhist Kingdom Bhutan has unique culturally and environmentally. With beautiful Himalayas. It has developed the philosophy of Gross National Happiness; where development is measured using a holistic approach of well-being, not just based on gross domestic product.
Bhutan is termed as a third world country with subsistence farming practiced in much of Bhutan. Bhutan Major sources of income for the kingdom are tourism, hydroelectric power and agriculture. Government has banned for tobacco products and smoking in public area and government also offer receives free education, and all citizens have access to free, although rudimentary, medical care.
Most of the people from Bhutan are Buddhist Their national language Dzongkha with their common dress code and architectural style. Bhutanese people primarily consist of the Ngalops and Sharchops, called the Western Bhutanese and Eastern Bhutanese, and Lhotshamphas . The Ngalops primarily consist of Bhutanese living in the western part of the country. Their culture is closely related to the north, Tibet.
Hidden Kingdom Bhutan Short Tour
Tantalizing glimpse of Bhutan’s landscape and the mighty Himalayas will be the backdrop to your spectacular flight into the green Paro Valley. Explore the towns of Thimphu and Punakha, and see the Takin, Bhutan’s national animal. The drive to Punakha brings you to magical Dochu La Pass, where on a clear day you can view Bhutan’s highest peaks.
10 Days Hidden Kingdom Bhutan Tours
Bhutan is often referred as the “Land of the Peaceful Dragon” and is still regarded as one of the last Shangri la in the Himalayan region. Towns are tiny, little more than villages, with quiet streets lined by decorative shops and houses. Himalayan Buddhism flourishes here, little changed by time, untouched by world events. Maintaining its own very special architectural traditions Bhutan’s monastery -forts are incredible repositories of sacred texts and images, paintings and wall murals.